SNK announces Neo Geo Mini console
Hopefully better than the Neo Geo X.
NES and SNES carts hit this December.
Good Old Games, the digital download service for classic PC games has finally reached open beta stage and is ready for business.
Just a few days ago Scott Miller of 3D Realms was slating the Max Payne movie, but it appears he has now changed his tune.
It's just a rumour for now, but the word on the grapevine is that Electronic Arts is creating a new Syndicate game, with Starbreeze developing.
Boris Johnson, the semi-hilarious mayor of London, has had a change of opinion and decided that games are a good thing now.
In a recent discussion the Church of England came to the surprising conclusion that games can be a force for good.
It's fast, it's furious, it's not a predictably awful Vin Diesel film! It's Sony's high definition remake of one of the games that first cemented it as a leader in the console industry - but does Andy think that Wipeout HD is enough to interest gamers nowadays?
Possibly as a result of the Vivendi Activision and Blizzard merger, Sierra has closed servers for 21 of its more classic games.
Microsoft has claimed that the Xbox 360 is currently out-selling the PlayStation 3 two-to-one in Europe after a recent price cut.
Zack Snyder, the director of 300 and Watchmen, has teamed up with Electronic Arts to make a series of videogames.
Jack Thompson has been disbarred and forced to pay $43,675 in fees to the Florida Bar. Thompson believes it was rushed through to prevent him pursuing another case.
The Pandora handheld, an open-source handheld console geared towards homebrew software, will go on preorder soon.
Indie dev house Introversion Software has released the new multiplayer spin on the critically acclaimed Darwinia - but is Multiwinia a game that has real depth to it, or does the game fall a little flat in the end? We find out...
It's round-up time once more and this time we've got a boat load of bags, mouse mats, MicroSD cards, hard drive docks, gaming mice and...um, SATA II cables to look at. Check out exactly why bits and bobs have been cluttering our desks lately in the latest round-up.
Team17 is stepping away from the Worms franchise for a little bit and will be remaking the original Alien Breed game.
The Gizmondo 2 has been unveiled and demoed for the press, with the company claiming it will go on sale late this year.
Chex Quest 3, the third chapter in the popular cereal-based Doom conversion, has been released after a ten year gap.
HMV has been devoting increasing amounts of shop space to selling games lately as it believes that game sales will soon trump music sales.
Square Enix has remade Final Fantasy IV, one of the most beloved games in the long-running series, on the Nintendo DS. With new 3D graphics, restored and original sequences and a whole load of new content, we take a look to see if the new game is any better or not.
Will Wright set out to make Spore as casual as possible apparently, preferring high volume of sales to critical acclaim.
If you're a fan of the old X-COM games then you'll be thrilled to know you can pick them up now off Steam.
Will Wright is big news right now, what with Spore being released tomorrow, but now he talks about what he has planned next.
The Pandora, a new handheld console targetted at coders and homebrew fans, has finally been dated and priced.
Ron Gilbert has debuted three new teaser trailers for his new game, DeathSpank, showing the first hint of what the game will be.
Joe may be on holiday right now, but there's not enough to stop him getting all speculative about what the future of PC gaming. With most games now going multiplatform and the constant threat of poor console ports, Joe wonders about how the face of gaming is changing...
Fallout 3 has been given an official release date now on all platforms, though the bad news is that the game will be launching later in Europe than elsewhere.
At Leipzig 2008 Sony has unveiled a new PS3 bundle, controller and PSP model to entice future customers.